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The client is an online Banking and Financial Services organization who specialize in loan refinancing, mortgages and personal loans across the Americas.
Key responsiblities of the Consumer Compliance Officer are:
Day-to-day responsibility for management and ongoing evolution of the firm's deposit compliance programs
Researching regulatory risks, documenting analysis, and communicating recommended or required action
Assisting with the development, maintenance, and documentation of policies, supervisory procedures, process workflows and standard operating procedures
Assisting with the management of improvement initiatives from a structural, functional, and organizational change management perspective
Review and approve communications with the public for compliance with Reg DD, UDAAP, etc. under tight timelines (rate changes, advertising, etc.)
Preparing comprehensive management reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing large quantities of data
Provide one-on-one education and group trainings on advertising compliance regulations, policies, procedures, and industry best practices relating to compliance.
Supervise and/or participate in maintenance and administration of the compliance assurance calendar, including creation of tests and testing compliance with firm policies and procedures and follow-up on outstanding issues
Other duties as assigned
A successful Consumer Compliance Officer should have:
8-10+ years of relevant work experience
Thorough understanding of regulations applicable to deposit (e.g. checking/savings) accounts
Degree from an accredited university or significant relevant experience strongly preferred
Excellent oral and communication skills; must be able to effectively articulate regulatory risks and proposed mitigation
Ability to work in a fast-paced, changing environment
Prior experience working with a broker dealer cash management account very desirable
Ability to analyze and interpret rules, regulations, and policies
Superior organization skills and attention to detail
Outstanding ability to develop and foster cross-functional relationships with key stakeholders
Exceptional experience with the Microsoft Office Suite, particularly with Excel
Series 7 and 24 helpful
Competitive salary package
Discretionary bonus structure
Comprehensive medical, dental, vision and life insurance as well as disability benefits.
401(k) and education on retirement planning.
Internal Number: 5647274
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